Hand washing stations are an important part of your farm food safety goals.
Stations must be located at all bathroom facilities, ideally outside of the bathroom and in public view. Research has shown that people are much more likely to wash their hands if someone is watching them. You might want to consider additional hand washing stations in sales areas, eating areas or near any animal exhibits at the farm. If you sell items at a community farmers market you can cheaply make a portable hand washing station for workers to use. The University of Minnesota has a DIY template for building a hand hand washing station that costs less than $20.00. Additionally something as simple as a 3 gallon water jug with a spigot, paper towells, soap and a 5 gallon bucket to catch the grey water would also work.